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Why don’t we regularly recite the creed?

This is the second of three sermons in response to questions raised by members of our church community in relation to worship at St Mark’s. I offer them, however, not simply as a response, but also as an invitation for us all to engage in further reflection and discernment as, together, we seek to enable the worship of this church to evolve organically and fruitfully, within the Anglican way. Continue reading

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I Believe in God: Two – Faith

CREDO IN DEUM, ‘I believe in God’.  This is the second of three sermons on this essential Christian affirmation.  In the first, we focused on ‘I’, that is, on selfhood – on what it means to be a person.  We … Continue reading

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I Believe in God: One – Selfhood

CREDO IN DEUM, ‘I believe in God’. The opening words of the Apostles’ Creed and possibly the most fundamental affirmation that can be uttered with respect to the divine. But how is it to be understood and is its meaning cast in stone and what does such an affirmation require from those who make it? Continue reading

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